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A U.S. Postal Service employee was killed Tuesday morning after a mail truck backed over him, KSTP reports.

Police in Brooklyn Center told the television station that officers were called to the post office at 6848 Lee Ave N. around 7:30 a.m.

The mail-hauling semi being driven by another postal employee was reversing into a loading dock when it ran over the victim, killing him, according to FOX 9.

KARE 11 says police are not releasing any information on the name, age or gender of the victim.

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